Convenlent care

March 2007
Marketing Health Services;Spring2007, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p7
Academic Journal
The article reports that convenient care clinics are being opened within department and retail stores. Target and Wal-Mart are major retailers incorporating clinics for their customers' medical concerns. Shopping customers are responding well to this quick convenient solution for health care. The California HealthCare Foundation states that there are 200 total retailers nationwide. Doctors do not recommend this new trend, especially concerning children's healthcare. Some employers are also offering on-site health services so that employees can experience lower costs and immediate attention.


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